Reading. Writing. Arithmetic. Coding.

Coding is not just for coders anymore. Almost every business profession out there would greatly benefit from a background knowledge in coding, and employers know this. Montana Code School not only prepares you for a career in coding and programming but also sets you up for success in any profession you want to work towards. Whether you are looking to excel at your current career or use Montana code school to jumpstart into a new profession, experience in coding will get you there.

  • Front End Developers are responsible for implementing the user interface of a web application. This includes building visual elements, planning and implementing front-end application logic, and optimizing performance for a positive user experience on any device. They work with the design and UX team to bring their ideas to life, and with the back-end dev team to make sure the interface’s communication with the server is reliable and efficient.


Zach Falen

Web Developer at Deloitte Digital- Seattle WA

“The Montana Code School changed the way I approach problem-solving in some pretty unique ways. And I have a better perspective now on what it actually means when I think “there should be an app for that.”





  • Develops products by identifying product needs in the market. This includes conducting market research, generating product requirements, determining specifications, production timetables, pricing, and time-integrated plans for product introduction. This job has a healthy dose of using technical skills with product development and conducting market research to create the best possible products for the market.

 Genevieve Crow- Customer Experience – Submittable

“I had a great experience with the code school and enjoy the MT dev community it’s building, and as a Midwesterner, rocks/mountains are pretty cool for me.”


  • An iOS developer is responsible for developing applications for mobile devices powered by Apple’s iOS operating system. Phone app development is a growing profession that is becoming more and more relevant with increasing mobile usage over traditional desktop usage.  Ideally, a good iOS developer is proficient with one of the two programming languages for this platform: Objective-C or Swift.

Shannon Dooling

iOS Developer for Native Teaching Aids – St. Ignatius, MT

“After going to Code School and doing the work I’m doing currently which is iOS development, I am really really loving it and I’ve changed my perspective about myself – that I actually am a problem solver; I can think through these things. For me, I grew up with having some disadvantages, and I’ve been able to overcome them, and the Montana Code School is part of that.”

  • A digital marketer is responsible for creating, implementing and monitoring marketing campaigns that promote a company’s products or services. They play a major role in promoting brand awareness and loyalty within the digital landscape as well as driving website traffic, website optimization, Search Engine Optimization, and acquiring leads/customers.

Luke Walawander- Director of Ad Operations- LumenAD

“Codeschool allowed me to utilize the last 8 years of experience with my passion for math to really add value to my future, my company and my community.”



  • The back-end development team is responsible for server-side engineering of the RESTful API, database integrity, and handling support for front-end user interface features. Back-end development requires skills in problem-solving, communication, error handling, and an OCD-like propensity for highly organized code writing.


  • A software quality assurance engineer oversees the entire development process, which includes software testing, from start to finish. A software tester assesses parts of the software at different stages of development.  Both careers are responsible for going over software with a fine-tooth comb to improve the overall functionality of the software and find and bugs and glitches.
  • Median income for a Front End Developer: $51,672


  • Tech consults need to be highly knowledgeable about the company’s products or applications so that they can assist users, employees, and clients with any issues they may have. Typically works for a consulting firm or independently and is hired or contracted by a company to come in and analyze their IT systems and structure sales & Marketing (in tech)




  • Translate numbers into plain English. Every business collects data, whether it’s sales figures, market research, logistics, or transportation costs. A data analyst’s job is to take that data and use it to help companies make better business decisions. Conduct price elasticity analyses, variables that potentially affect revenue, and uncover any factors that the business needs to account for in their business plans.



  • Plan, budget, oversee and document all aspects of the specific project you are working on. Project managers may work closely with upper management to make sure that the scope and direction of each project is on schedule, as well as other departments for support. This career is great for an individual looking to use their technical skills while still having management responsibilities for both projects and employees.





  • Self-employed and is not in a long-term contractual commitment to any one employer. With freelance software work, There is the freedom to choose the jobs you want to work on and set the scene for how you want to work. There is the choice between having a very niche specialization or have a jack-of-all-trades mindset.



  • Owners or founders of a company. This does not have to be a coding-specific product either – a coding background will vastly improve communication with CS and dev team – it will help clarify exactly what you need out of a dev team and empower you to hire, delegate, and promote efficiency.  It also gives you an advantage in understanding product timelines better, understanding the software development process and having a better handle on product abilities.



Reach Out To Us To Learn More!

The Montana Code School looks forward to hearing from new and aspiring programmers. Whether you are a seasoned business professional, a manager seeking an edge within his or her company, or even a college student seeking to learn new skills. Reach out and contact us today and we will get back to you within 24 hours. Feel free to call us at 406-219-1392.



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